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Jordyn carter

Can i work with a corneal ulcer ?

I suffered from corneal ulcer. Will it affect my work? By the way, i need see computer when i work. Can i do that? Or it will make my eyes more serious?
03/20/2013
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  • Katie

    You'd better not work for a long time with little rest which will make your corneal ulcer get serious. The eyes will get radiation from the computers which will affect the eyes vision. Your corneal ulcer will get serious if you work in front of the computers for a long time. You need to have the good rest for the eyes and accept the medical treatment to make your eyes get healthy.
    03/20/2013
  • Andrea lester

    Yes, it will affect your work when it gets serious. The symptoms of corneal ulcer are as followed: 1.Severe pain and watery eyes 2.Feeling foreign bodies in your eye 3.Red or bloodshot eye 4.discharge and itchiness 5.Blurred vision 6.Swollen eyelids 7.white spot on the cornea 8.Sensitivity to light The causes of corneal ulcer include intrusion of outside particles, allergy, inflammation, scratches on the eye surface and being unable to close the eyes.Therefore, dry eyes as a kind of inflammation can also deteriorate the problem. When you overload your eyes with looking at computer for too long, the problem may get too serious to care it yourself at home. Then you may have to go to see a doctor. Home remedies for corneal ulcer: 1 .Remove your contact lenses right now. 2 .Cool compress your eye 3 .Never rub your eye or touch it with your fingers 4.Take some non-prescribed medicine like Tylenol or Motrin. 5.Stop overusing your eyes.
    03/20/2013
  • carolmck

    Corneal ulcer is a common eye disease, which can be caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses and so on. It can cause blurry eyes, itching eyes, watery eyes, etc. You'd better do not using computer during suffer from corneal ulcer, because it can make your corneal ulcer become worse. Take some medications and do not over use eyes during this time.
    03/20/2013
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